Cadbury Is Launching A Pineapple Flavoured Chocolate Block In Australia
For years, a debate has raged on about whether pineapple deserved to be in the same sentence as pizza.
Some people absolutely swear by it, saying it's the perfect combination of savoury and sweet, and the detractors reckon if you want a dessert pizza then stick it on that.
But we're going to ask you to suspend that discussion for a moment because there is a bigger debate raging, thanks to Cadbury.
The chocolatiers have decided to launch a new block of choccy with pineapple pieces inside in Australia and New Zealand.
Cadbury New Zealand spokesperson Will Papesch said: "We're so excited to provide New Zealand with a new way to enjoy these two much-loved Kiwi favourites.
"Both Pineapple Lumps and Cadbury Dairy Milk are such classic icons, it's great to be able to create a way to enjoy and share them in a new, delicious treat."
While Cadbury seems to be pretty chuffed with itself for combining chocolate and pineapple, it seems like the reaction from the public has been pretty split.
One person on social media said: "Something about the word lump just doesn't sound appetising.
Another added: "I thought this was corn at first. It looks a little bit disgusting."
But then, of course, there were loads of people who couldn't wait to tuck into a block or two on a night on the couch.
This isn't the only product Cadbury that set social media on fire as it was rumoured the compnay was bringing back Caramilk.
Facebook page The Grocery Geek updated their followers that they have it on good authority that Cadbury will be relaunching Caramilk later this month or early next month.
One person commented on the post saying: "Definitely true I ordered a fair bit of stock for my shop today. Will be on special for $2.40 a block early September At all IGA's.
Now if you're thinking 'what's the big deal', people take Caramilk very bloody seriously.
Christian Hull started a petition on Change.org asking for Cadbury to make the flavour a permanent fixture and not just for limited edition.
Incredibly, the petition received nearly 19,000 signatures with many people calling for the same.
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